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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 LL a SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2819029 A M NO 76 t r NEWSNOTES rSoow foil atOwuosboro Wednesday po4ionieo at Clarks Ulil lad and robbedrTho pu iolllco at Normal near Mb land wee robbed of tlO In stamps It The remain of Mrs Lucite DUck burn Lano were Interred at Frankfort Tip Farmer was shot nod Instantly killed by William Brown la Darlan county I r ftrlgadlsr General Chariot C Uood U S A bas been retired at his own request Over exaction caused tho breakdown of John Dillon tho Irish leader at I Chtcspo Job Williams colored convicted of a double murdor was banged In tbo jail at Drldffeton N J Dustoo Sarrls a telegraph operator at Nichols S 0 shot Miss Jody Burns and killed himself k Pratt former mayor of Cam J committed suicide on ac IJOlle III health Stldbam was shot au3 killed In Dreaihltt county A man named Thompson Is accused Mario Catalina last of the famous Serrano Indian basket weavers Isdeod r She was 107 years old J A shipyard to cost 18000000 and give T employment to 8000 men Is to bo con strutted In Hampton Ilouls The value of tbo estate left by Herr Krupp the Gorman gun makar U ei tlmated at about 1150000000 A receiver was appointed for tbo Yorksblro Wool Combers Association I which has a capital of 10575000 A tour year old child of George v Bruin of Fayetto toll Into a kettle of boiling lard and died from tbo effects The court of appeal holds that tbo Kentucky Healing Company can not tell artificial gas for Illuminating purpose J General Manager Thomas J Edwards of tho Williamson Iron Compa ny at Birmingham Ala was burned to death by molten metal Rlzrooro L Barbln of Marksvllle La was shot and killed by Thomas O Planche because Barbln would not apologize for an alleged wrong Mrs Walter Knickerbocker was l burned to death and her husband far tally burned In a Ore which destroyed their home at lie perla Mich Under the laws of Guatemala tbo body of William A Fitzgerald killed by Godfrey Hunter Jr can not bo reo moved from tho country for five years Col Thomas Ochlllreo died of heart J trouble at Hot Springs Ho was onco a Texas Congressman but mado his J homo In Now York at tho tlmo of his deathAlabama Is to abandon lu present convict lease system and will work the convicts In the coal mine the Stato to be paid according to the coal that Is minedRepresentatives of distillers from all t over tho United States met In Louis vlllo and appointed a committee to formulate plans for a mutual Insurance company Septimus Winner composer of The Mocking Bird and other popular songs Is dead Ho told this song for 135 but the publishers realized 13000 000 from It The railroad of tho United States for tho year ending Juno 30 had gross earnings amounting to 11711754200 I and net earnings of 1005010705 The 41 latter shows an Increase of 171395421 Tbo efllcloncy of tho Atlanta police forco Is shown says tbo Constitution by tbo fact that since April 1001 there have boon 31 killings and In every case but two tho murderer has boon arrest ed The Standard 011 Company has ad Ss vanced the prlco of kerosene SO per V cent Ip two months and 50 per cent In a year The Chicago quotation Is nine cents a gallon while a year ago U was six cents Tho final dividend of 00 per cent interest on deposits and claims of the defunct Gorman National Bank of Lou isvlllo will be ready for payment on Dec t0 The solvent stockholders will also bo given a robato of 15 57 a sbaro Commissioner Vorkcs In his report x1I says tbo acts of abolishing tho war rev onuo taxes has reduced tho internal revenue collections about 100000000 Thero has been an Increase however In the receipts from taxes on spirits I and other objects not affected by war J revenue legislation The Burlington railroad officials t have announced In view of recent numerous train robberies that a dead rob ber Is worth 11000 to tho road Tho Rock Island Company and tbo United c States Express Company have offered a joint reward of 15000 for the arrest of the Davenport robber The Atlantic Coast Line la consider leg the Issue of 19200000 of new stock In connection with the financing of the L N purchase It Is proposed to sell the stock at 1125 which would give the Atlantic Coast Line a cash surplus of 11515000 after paying JIOOOOOCO commission on the deal Twentythree horses perished and a large number of currUgtn and sleighs were destroyed by fire in Ronton SchenectadyN emblyIMays In Louisville fixed tbo penalty at death The Crown Prince of Slam had a llvelv experience with a runaway hurso at San Francisco but no dcmigo was done The coinage at the three Govern meat mints wring the fiscal year ag gregated 101410500 pieces valued at 101 620678 Fire In the business section of Emi nence caused a lots of 118000 C W Bauer and wife had a narrow escape from death Sliver scored another low record mark The quotation In Now York was 471 coot an ounce and for Mexi can dollars37 cants Emperor William walked behind the hearse hearing tbo body of Ucrr Krupp tbo un maker from his fathers house In B icn t i the grave Robbers sonprd down on Akron 0 and Warren ti eband attempted to rob banks but after lively fights with oltfMot escaped without any booty Tbs SUM daoaruiMnt has waived diplomatic ImmualilM that would pre vent James 0 Btllay from aupcarlng as a witness In the tue of W Godfrov Bunter Jr aewued of killing William Fltigerald George J Gould nod August Bet wont have Issued oQlolal statements of tho lease for 099 years of the Manhat tan elevated railroad to the Intcrbo rough Rapid Transit Company the lat ter controlling Now Yorks subway system CHURCH MATTERS Owcnsboro Is to have a 125000 Christian church Rev Edgar D Jones of Petersburg collapsed In his pulpit from over work Elder J B McGinn ono of tbo most prominent ministers of the Christian church died at Versailles The meeting at the Baptist church conducted by the pastor RoY O M Buoy closed Wednesday night There were 22 additions to the church and the members wore greatly aroused The meeting was ono of tho host that has been held In Stanford for years and Rev Buoy sermons were excellent throughout The Baptists have every right to feel proud of their new putor Automoblllng has been responsible for many curious Ideas In the way of coats but onols a unique sample of the furriers art From capo to tall It ls mado of hares cars cunningly join ed together Twelve hundred bares wore killed to produce this astonishing garment which took throe months to manufacture ono man being employed three days In cutting the ears from the skins It has been especially treated to render It waterproof Considering the Immense amount of labor expended on It It seems cheap at the prlco 1100 which is asked for It Learn to laugh A good laugh Is better than medicine Learn to tell a story A weli told story Is as welcome as a sunbeam In a sick room Learn to keep your own troubles to yourself The world Is too busy to care for your Ills end sorrows Learn to do something for others Even If you are a bedridden invalid thero Is always something you can do to make others hap pier and that la the surest way to at tain happiness for yourself Boston Beacon Anxious Wife What do you think of my husbands case Is It serious Physician Ob hell pull through all right What ho needs Is rest to I have prescribed an oplato Anxious Wife How often shall Ii glvo It to him- PhysicianDont glvo It to him at- all take It yourself I Postal cards wtloh have been spoil ed and not sent through the malls If entire aro now redeemed at all post ofllces under a sliding scale of valua lions by which the postmaster will pay seven cents for 10 cards 18 cents for 25 card 37 cents for 50 cards 75 cents for 100 cards Tho cards are to bo wrapped la bundles of 25 When you wako up with a bad taste In your mouth go at onco to Craig t Mockers drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets One or two donea will make you well They also euro biliousness sick headache and constipation I Monterey Mex la to have an oleo trio railroad System 30 miles long calling for an expenditure of 16500000 Twenty miles of It will bo In operation In 12 months Man has seven ages groupRoast Hash ragout and soup LAND STOCK CROPS ETC New corn Is selling at 8223 in Baron county John Brackctt lost by death a valuable work horse O P Huffman bought of S M Owens four holfers at 3o Joe Jordan bought of J K Baugh roan six mules at 8130 E H Beazloy d Co sold to Joe Jor don a Southern horse for 1100 Coulter White sold to J H Boone d Co two carloads of mixed hay at 812 A fine Nutburst mare belonging to John Cotton of Boyle killed herself In the stable Joo Jordoo bought at Liberty four horses at 100 to 1100 and at Hustonvlllo 25 at ICO to 1125 Fon SALB 220 good owes good stock and In good flesh Frve Si Allen Hustonvllle Ky STIUYKD Four head of cattle stray ed to my place three weeks ago fl C Anderson Goshcn Ky Kentucky produced last year 13242 600 pounds of tobacco Of this 31207 730 pounds wore made Into plug The Wilkes family has furnished five of the 14 winners of the Transylvania sod tho Electlonor family three Pink Coat the American Derby win nor in 1803 has broken down complete ly and will never bo raced again B F Sanders sold to C P Kennedy his farm ono mllo from Harrodiburg HOIyear of apples all packed In small boxes which will hold 61 apples of selected size Geo A Bale tbo Lexington auc tioneer sold 3437 horses during the year ending November 1002 for a total of 81079530 an average of 8314 Charles Ellison the plunger offered Durnell k Hertz the owners 820000 for McCbesney the crack Western colt The offer was refused The own ors value him at 835000 An oQlclal of the agricultural depart ment states that the people of this country aro paying annually 8650000 030 for bad roads a tax of over 87 on every man woman and bUd At the FailgTlpton Cos sale in Lex ington 129 thoroughbred horse averag 845S Tbo good mare Salllo of Navarro brought 85000 Sixteen year liege from Peppers leadowthorpo stud averaged 877- 3Reprcsontatlves of tho Homo Tobac orIIaoledto Gov Beckham a petition urging that bo call an extra session of the Legislature to enact a law regulating the warehouse business In Louisville William Wlckersbam during the past fall bought in Boyle and Mercer 5000 pozen eggs at an average of 16 cents per dozen which shows an ag gregate of 880CO He bought during this time 83000 worth of hens roosters and frying chickens says the Advocate E T Bcazley sold to the Kentucky Supply Company 1000 bushels of mil let seed at OOo B G Fox purchased from Alvan Majors of Alton a pair of 4yearold show mules 161 hands high for 8450 They weighed 2850 pounds At the public sale of Dick Mania ev erything sold well and there was a good attendance 18 cattle sold at 83 25 to 81 05 steer calves at 81150 hogs Sic cows 833 u 835 horses 846 to 8140 work mules 8130 per pair sows and pigs 823 to 834 Plymouth Rock chickens brought from 83 80 to 84 per dozen Advocate Hawaii Islands and the Philippines Raving had some travel In tho Ha waiian Islands as well as In tho Philip pines and having been askod many questions about them 1 take this meth od of answering The question today Is being propounded whether or not tho Philippine Islands will ever repay our government for what she has In vested Tbero Is no country today that the Philippines stand second to In the way of agriculture and fruits and boo sides they have great mineral reaourc es there and tholr fruits aro rare and In tho top markets of the world But In regard to the government I dont think Undo Sam ever thought of being repaid by the revenues of the Islands The whole aim of tho government was to got control of Asiatic waters that she might opon up a trado with Asia Africa and all tbo eastern countries and havo these Islands for coaling stations Of course it U a wellknown fact that tho greater a countrys trade Is the greater Its wealth I think expansion that does not open up a trado for a country Is a disadvantage but when It opens up a trade like tbo Philippines U la an advantage Of course thero are many readers of this paper who will not soo this la tho same light that I do but we all agree on some occasions to disagree and still be friends WILL FRANK MARTIN The Eve Hotel and the Adams Hotel are two bidders for public patronage In Barbourvllle LANCASTER Dank Hudson bought a crop of hemp seed from L L Sanders at 81 50 Rev Myttyad will preach at tho Pros morningi In the way of a railroad have suffered a sudden extinction A collection will bn taken Sunday morning by Eld A R Moore for the benefit of Kentucky missions P M McRoberts of Stanford becomingly wears the ermine in the courtroom in the absence of Judgo Saufley An encampment of geological sur veyors lore located In this city and aro preparing extensive charts of Central KentuckyIt the hemp sown Is not In as favorable condition as usual and should be given careful attention by the farmers Tbo repairs on the Baptist church ore completed and the usual morning and evening services will bo held there Sunday Mrs A H Rico has been chosen chairman of the Womans Auxiliary of the United Commercial Traveller Nashville Council Tbo BlIHa West Minstrels an ex cellent Lancaster combination are booked for an entertainment at Kirks vllle on Saturday night Dec 6 James Todd 24 year of age died at bis homo hero Wednesday after a lin gering lllecss of consumption The re mains were Interred at Paint Lick Lewis Gill and Waller Hudson are spending tho week in Now York as delegates from Central University to the biannual convention of tbo Phi Delta Theta Fraternity- J C Thompson the ginseng grower continues to get extensive orders stoce the appearance of his picture In the Courier Journal as a successful cultivator of this salable commodity- W R Cook sold a mule to Jas I Hamilton at 8135 T S Elkin thought some hogs of A Aldrldgo at 5c fat shoats from John Parks at 5c butcher stuff from Jones at 3c and heifers from Stevens and Andrews at 3c Colby M Jenkins one of the most extensive farmers aod tobacco raisers of Garrard county filed a deed of assignment naming Capt Wm Herndon ar assignee His liabilities will exceed 810000 and are In excess of his aesttt Two Negro women and ono Negro man will bo hired for vagrancy by the Sheriff at Lancaster today to the high est bidder Ono for three months the others for two and three years reapec tively They wore convicted of va grancy In tbo circuit court Mr B W Gaines died at 3 oclock Wednesday morning after a protracted Illness of pneumonia and general de dice aged 75 He leaves a widow and the following children Mrs H lIf Ballou Will and Ed C Ualnes of this city Mrs Weakleyof Shelby villeJaa Gaines Lexington U S Gaines Dan ville and B W Gaines of Lincoln The deceased bad been a resident of Lancaster for flvejyears and formerly lived In Lincoln but was a native of Boyle county The remains wero tak en to Danville for Interment Mr 0 was a fine old gentleman and his death has caused much sorrowlbore Mr J W Miller has gone on a visit to Louisville and Chicago W A Ar nold and family spent Thanksgiving In Nlcholasylllo Mrs Thomas Hampton of Winchester Is visiting hero Miss Mattlo Mao Robinson a student at Richmond Is at home for Thanksgiving Mrs Hayden of Porto Rico and Miss Dovo Embry of Lexington aro expected guests of Mitel Dovo Harris J C Thompson and daughter Miss Mattlo spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs R L Jennings at Paint Lick Mrs Bradley and Miss Christine have returned from Loulevllls Mleees Lena Rlgney and Ethel West of Hamilton Collegd Bro at home for a few days Coleman Leo of Louisville has been visiting here Misses Martha and Hel en Gill students at Glendale Ohio are on a short visit hume Spurgeon Symp son of Mlddleburg has been with his brother J H Sypmson The Best Remedy forCroup Atchison Kas Dally Guido This is the season when the woman who knows the best remedies for croup ilia demand In every neighborhood One of the most terrible things In the world Is to bo awaked in themlddle of night by a whoop from one of the children Croup remedies are almost as sure to be lost in caso of croup as a revolver Is to bo lost In tho case of burglars There used to be an old fashioned remedy for croup known as hive syrup and tolu but some modern mothers say that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is better land doesnt cost much It causes the patient to throw up the phlegm quicker and gives relief in a shorter time Give this remedy as soon as tho croupy coughappcars and it will prevent the attack It never fails and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by Craig d Hockor Stanford S The Lexington company has struck a fine flow of green oil In Bath county Clothes That Fit II StC rand G B Co Shoes That Wear Douglas and J M ee Hats That Satisfy Hawes These wellknown trade marks are guarantees that the qualities are the best to be had IT PAYS TO TKADE AT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Gleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied TeD raiLLER Danville KU TheBestIn ae Though Jewelry has been made since the Dawn ot Civilization I Its designing andmanufacture have steadily improved so that today you can secure the Fruit of Centuries of Art And Toil Our Exhibit of Jewels Watches Silver Cut Glass Marbles Bronzes Fine Chi na Metal Art Goods 7f71d9l1a71Othroh 717 Illustrate tho advancement in the jewelers art An exhibit you are invited to sect Murray McAdams JEWELERS And OPTICIANS Danville Kentucky Sudden Changes Of temperature have killed people and thats why your stove ia important Coles OriginalHot Stoves Keep the temperature even The house Js always tho same day and night This is because they burn all the fuel and radiate all the heat TUEFIREI8NEVEROUT SOLD BY Higgins a McKinne STANFORD KENTUCKY i n a 0 INTERIOR JOURNAL itTHE E C WALTON t H H HENNINQER 01 7roe County li a cindMato for State Tns artr iubect to the action of the Democratic prty ROBERT HARDING of DsnTllle li a UDdldsU tar Circuit Judge sub sect to the action of the Democratic party HARDINiCHARLES A I 1ofMercer li a candidate lor Commonwealths At 1 torney In hilthe ISlh judicial district subject to the dmocratlc ran SINGLE blesBcdnoes for young maidens who wish to retain tbelr POSItlOD8- In the postoffico department le In ef fect the order Issued by Postmaster fCenetal Payne The ruling provide 11 women who are now in tbe employ of tho department and who marry In the future must resign tholr x position The civil service law re quires that after changing her name by marriage a woman clerk must bo reo 11appointed under her new name and the offices there has been talk during recent years of passing or t ders forbidding the reappolntment of such persons Now It IB determined not to do eo It wilt remain to be seen whether the women prefer office to husbands I THE Democratic Executive Commit t tee at Its meeting at Frankfort Tuesday called a State primary for May 9 1903 Chairman Young and two members of the committee to be selected by him are a subcommittee to arrange details and apportion the expense among can didates offering But one committee mau Mr Meacham opposed the pri mary There Is no doubt that prima rlee are tbe fairest and squares meth l ods of nominating candidates and we f see no reason why a State primary should be an exception It will be p pretty costly to the boys that want of floe but If they can stand it the rest of us should have no trouble In doing TUE State Board of Election Com missioners met In Frankfort and canvassed tbe vote cast In the recent Ken Lucky election The compilation shows a democratic plurality of 35376 Tho to tal vote cast was 220409 a decrease of nearly 200000 from the vote cast for f president In 1000 Congressman Gil P bards plurality Is 2073 Wm Lowen a tbe prohibition candidate for Congress got 435 votes In the district Lincoln 4countyheads the list for blma1 votes Ii Hon Vincent Borolnga plurality Is 8012 VITAL statistics collected for the 12th census go to show that males are a becoming weaker phyalcftllr and more susceptible to disease and death while females are growing stronger and con stitutionally better equipped for the battle of life Still more tfurprlslng Is the large number of suicides among h men In the census year there were 6408 suicides reported Of these 4313 were males and 1183 females Woman seems no longer to be the weaker vea eel THE Womans Christian Temperance Union is in a quandary It wants to hold Its next National convention ID Milwaukee but finding no public hall without a saloon in that stronghold of brewers it Is inclined to seek else where for a meeting place The beer t that made Milwaukee famous seem to be sold everywhere In the city FOOTDALL fatalities and accidents have been many this season and tho list as well as it could be compiled shows an Increase over previous years Ten deaths have been reported and of before themore are usually heard end of the year Serious accidents number 70 but many limbs are broken and no report Is made of them GEN MARCUS J WniaHT Is trying i to gala publicity by strongly denying Booker T Washington dined at cithat House with President Roose velt and family His long silence on t the subject will make many suspect both the truthfulness of his claim and the object of his rushing Into print t How IB this for convenience Dean l Baker P Lee pastor of Christs Epis r copal church of Lexington has had placed in his church an Instrument by 1wbicbhis sermons may bo heard by Ff telephone In any private residence in t the city and county 3537EIrlint bad for Kentucky in an off year like this If all of the democrats had voted the plurality would have doubtless reached 100000 Bully for the greatest and grandest State on tho map AFTEK a rupture lasting 2303 years Persia and Greece have made up and diplomatic relations between them have been restored We suppose the last thousand or so generations have forgotten what the fuse begun about THREE hundred shoemakers who struck for higher wages in Philadel I phia in 1786 were the first working- teen to adopt web tleelI hJs eoan try The first railroad strike occurred la 1877 4 L TUB Atlanta Constitution talks horso sense wben it says Laying aside every weight that will hinder them declin ing resolutely the men and measures that have only spoiled disorganization and defeat In the past holding fast to the faith that government should and by for the people administered on revenues raised solely for Its support and guaranteeing In everything equal rights to all men and special privileges to none the democratic party can make an Issue and find leaders that will at tract the majority of tho voters of tho nation and give a peoples administra tion the right of way after 1004 POLITICAL T P Reed of Doyle has announced for reelection as Representative Hon Malcolm Yeatnan of Bender son says he is not a candidate for gov ernor Addlcks of Delaware declares ho will be one of the two now republican Senators from that State Judge R J Brecklnrldgo opened hla campaign for governor at Cyntblana Monday where he spoke to a largo Beckham will deliver an ad dress at the dedication of the Normal College halt building at Morehead to morrowGoy Beckham will shortly announce his candidacy for reelection A friend ly suit will then be filed to test his eligibility John B Moore has been appointed postmaster at Klondike Harlan county and James Bell at Scotts Station Shelby county The Presidents message has gone to the Government printers and next Tuesday it will go to the political spoolers facetiously remarks the Times The Senate Committee on Territories completed Its tour at Guthrle The committee Is reported to favor the ad mlealqn of Oklahoma as a State and to oppose the claims of New Mexico and ArizonaEverybody who knows clever old Dan Comer will be glad to learn that ho will cease to make diet on husks and has for a few years a fatted calf The position of pension agent fits him like a glove Lexington Democrat The republican committee has called a primary to be held the fourth Monday In January for the purpose of nom inating a candidate for the Legislature in the 60th district composed of Knox and Whitley At present Dr W C Black of Barbourvllle is the only announced candidate Our defeat In Kentucky may be charRed up to tbe Deboe brand of pol itics Under this regime true and tried republicans have been snubbed popular leaders relegated to private life turncoat democrats and slickheaded dudes given all the fat jobs veterans Insulted and Ignorednnd mullet beads put In the high places Give us our old leaders around whom we can rally and make a fight on principle instead of for federal Jobs and wo will regain what we have lost In old Kentucky Grayson Tribune republican THIS AND THAT Snow fell as far South as Birming ham Mrs O S Wise a bride suicided at robbers got 1300 in stamps at Colfax Ind Joe Jordon bought of J H Baugh man a horse for 8100 and a mulo for 175 Frank Feagles store at Brooklyn Ala was robbed of 1200 In cash and 110000 In mortgages The First National Bank at Morgan Tczis was dynamited by robbers and 15000 In gold and sliver stolen Strike troubles havo been settled In seven more Pennsylvania collieries and work will bo resumed Monday- In Hancock county Tenn Richard Green probably fatally shot his wife and daughter and killed himself The volcano Santa Marla in Guatemala continues active and tho city of Quezaltonango Is said to be In ruins President Roosevelt and family din ed yesterday on a 32 pound chestnut fed turkey sent by a Rhode Island man Rewards aggregating 818000 havo been offered for the arrest of the as sassins of A L Collins manager of the Smugglers Union Mines at Tellu- rIde Col An official of the Treasury department made tho suggestion that the sum of 81355000 to bo paid Kentucky as Interest on money expended In equipping Civil War troops be spent in tho ores tion of a new statehouse Tho slxteeninch coast defense gun has been shipped from the Walervllet Arsenal to tbe Sandy Hook proving grounds The gun Is over 40 feet In length Four years were required for Its construction Its cost was 8150000 and 368000 pounds of crude steel were used It will shoot a projectile weigh ing 2370 pounds 21 miles Practical Father Has that young man who wants tQ marry you any mon ey Romantic Miss Money He gave me a cluster diamond ring studded pearlPractical Father Yes I know Has hu any money left New York Week Iy aToe creature who Is tbankfulest And finds the world most bright Is that old turkey who may press The roost Thanksgiving night Y a IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Ben Burton of Roclceaslle was found guilty of perjury In the Federal court atLondonJ of Harrodsburg fell over an embankment near Carlisle and was killed Will Stoneham a miner was over como by gas while at work In a mine In Bell county and died The Freeman Furniture COII store at Danville was robbed of 10 rocking chairs and a lot of pictures A case of smallpox has broken out at Mltchellaburg The cases at Junction City have been checked News William Turner shot and killed Wll slam Coyle at Bearwallow Madison county Turnur who Is only 10 Is iu jail at Richmond Miss L Shelly Holland daughter of- J A Holland died at her homo at Parksvllie of typhoid fever Sho was about 20 years old Robert Ping was found dead on tho roadside near his home in Pulaski Uo left Somerset the day before and It Is supposed that he fell from his horse Tho dedicatory services of Burgess Hall will be held la the Morehead Normal School building November 28 29 and 30 An elaborate program has been prepared and the occasion prom lees to bd very Interesting Miss Lie cle Beazley has our thanks for an Invl tatlon and program Charley Bogle the colored boy who J la charged with attempting to assault a 14yearold white girl at Somerset and who has been in the Danville jail for j the past five months for safekeeping I was returned to Pulaski county by Sheriff Elrod for trial A mob gather ed when Bogle was hustled out of Sore reef to Danville The survey propose of thed route for I tbe interurban railroad between Cc- umbla and Campbellsvlllo has beenI completed and Is said to be a practical one by tho surveyors means who mapped out the line Prof W K Azbill the promoter of tho enterprise seems to think that the 1 road will surely be built Tbo case of the Boyle National of Danville against Dr C D and others which has been in DanlrI tion for tho past five years and the most stubbornly fought before the court in Marlon county was settled amicably by the parties concerned Each pays his own coats and dismisses proceedings against the oth or The Mt Vernon Signal has this to say about a good friend of this paper Bynam Carter of Carterevlllo Gar rard county was hero yesterday Mr Carter is a gentleman of tho old school and one who has made a big success In saw milling He like other men began business without capital many years ago and by attention to business honest basis hason a straight forward today real estate valued at noro than 8100000 Hess one man of whom no employee or his neighbors say a bard word Bynam Carter Is a man Would that our country had more such Four milking cow a novel machine has been contrived It consists of a can out of which a portion of the air Is pumped and table to the end of which are fastened four small vessels In the form of cups In these vessels the nipple to the cows udder are place ed and are held In position The can la opened at soon as the air la partially pumped out of it and the milk le then naturally drawn from tbe udder into the space which IB void of air With the object of controlling tho nipples and of seeing at all time that they are In proper position the lower half of each cup In which they are placed Is made of glass It was feared at first that the cows would object to being milked in this mechanical fashion but they made no remonstrance and a few even seemed highly pleased at being milked in this uptodate style Tbe Alabama Justice of tbe Peace Indicted for disorderly conduct assault highway robbery and murder will doubtless move to Indiana Louisville Times Giboney Jeffries Livery Food fit Sale Stable Liberty Ky Drummers Rigs a specialty High Grade Ilonea and Mulea bought sold FeedI bone receive personal attention DR FENNE- RSIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases or Kidneys Bladder Urinary Organs aeheReartDleeaebravelDropsy Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary Jr Bonnet lie has spent a Ilto time curing Just lucll cases us youra All consultations free Dr Formers Kidney and ItacBacbo alive today 1 had welgbi I9UDdeWUMcOUGIN Olive Furnace O Druritita5ee ill Ask for Cook Book rre I STVITUSDANCE CURE forlearsBDd Sure Cure Circular Dr Fenner FredonlaNY GRAND oLEADEflSn Special Bargain 25 pitucs liht dud dark outings good weight nt It sled yard 15 pieaa ligit and dark outings wide and- heavy worth lOc nt 8 Jo per yard Good wight Cinton flannel special price nt fm par yard Extra Tire comfort oil calico covered nt 08o each Ladies heavy outing under skirts nt 24c Childrens heavy llaecetMincd underwear 2lc each Ladies BUo ribbed underwear nt 25c garment Ladies 25o ribbed underwear nt 15e garment 38inch nilwool broadcloth nil colors nt 50c per yard overcoats underwear Owing a large trade were forced to dupli cate on line in house and with the ready money fortunate enough to buy some fine BARGAINS Come in we give you your share of our profit THE GRAND LEADERHAYS LEVY S B LEVY Manager KE HAIRBALSAM NvIo lft nee Iall to Boo Oral r to It rouagu JCu p aUHns tuuu tm9rrto FORRENT MV storeroom recently occnpled by Wm Severance Will rent ton one or more years J H OW8LEY FOR RENT I desire to rent my propertyaltuated on Somerset street X from town Ing of dwelling of seven rooms besides kitchen and servants room and a fine cellar smokehouse chicken house coat house mod a tableaDd 10 acres of land 3 hydranteoneInthe yard and one for stock the door for goodItlnklugrepair BROWN 8 BROWN Attornoye at Law Office in Masonic Bldg Room 9 KY Will practice In all the Stele OourU also In and Bankruptcy OourU Collections made and promptly STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Chrysan thomums and Rososs VeretablousPlant shortaotlce Heading and of all kind In season bone 2 9ning 3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanfo- rdPOSTED 1 We whose name appear below strictly forbid hunting ashing or any kind ot tretspaMlng on our place and prose ffuto violator to tho ClXte of the J Nevin Carter James McOormack Mrs lllbb MnJ M Alex Traylor Miss Mettle J W W II Dudderar J T Itlogaman Mrs Malona Lawson Mrs O Olten Peter Calmer A D Boot IIOliperMr Al Pendleton w Barter J F Rover James N Oasb James Maser Tom Stone Joseph halloo- S T M F Lawrence W P Grimes T A Wee J 8 Hooker W E Amon E T Pence George Holmes John B Foster To the Goal Consumer I having bought out Biggin A Sims tbt coal dealen we are now to turnlah tho people of Stanford and aurroundlo country the best brands of coal at the lowest market price for cash Farmer we will take your and corn In exchange for coal at tbe market price We solicit your trade and weight for roar money Orders received at coal house phone U or Doonoe livery stable No oe Boone dfc JDunaveat STgNP011W KY Hustonville Property for Sale I will offer at private tale property situated on the north of Main on out Idn of College street In Huston vllle Ky consisting of and livery table and VRunt lot This property II well are ranged for hotel or boarding houso and livery stable on tame a nice livery barn tSxTS and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery and vacant lot for private residence It desired Everlasting water In abundance Property la well for private realdcnce aD is now rented for that If you- want good property ID Iliutonvllle call on or II 8 Carpenter Huston vllle Ky Full yard wide bleach cotton nt ficynnl New IM1t hip corsets nt 98c- Mens jeans pants nil wool nt 70n Mens corduroy pnuts heavy weight nt150 Mens fino suits nt J208 500 5760 1000 nUll 1200 Men fine nt 8208 800 700 8100081200null 1500 Bops suits from 89o tip to S500 Ladies fine dress skirts tit 8100 815 200 8300 8400 and 500 Mens winter weight nt 25 35 GOo and 8100 Heavy blankets at 65 8oc 8100 125 8160 up to 500 to we every our we were will Props SOMERSET Draggle address IN CONNECTION With Thanksgiving we like to call your attention to our nice line of Tableware such ns Carv ing Sets Knives Forks- SpoonsBakingandChaf Dishes Etc W H MUELLERStanford fj We Never Gu ssII People everywhere will eventually insist on receiving the ideal service they get here with out insisting Tho public nt large is not one half as particular as we are in this matter of pure drugs or in rcard to the accurate fill ing of their prescriptions In the buying selling or compounding of drugs we never guess Wo make sure that everything is right in every particular Come to us Pennys Drug Store um FURNITURE That suits for EVERYBODY Odd Dressers Washstands and Beds that fold Wood and Iron Center t Tables Dining Tables and Chairs Elegant assortment of RockersBed Lounges Box Couches Carpets Mattings Rugs Oil Cloth Wall- Paper Building Paper and Pictures Framed to ORDERe G L CARPENTER Stanfordj Stanford1y I Dr I Goldstein OP LOUISVILLE KY Physician and Practical Optician will bo at tho Veranda Hotel Thursday Dec 11 Our Day Only There are numerous conditions whore glasses aro required and give relief to head aches dizziness darting pains In ball or temple or burn Ing sensation In or about the eye Take advantage of his Dont neglect childrens DUlicult cases Office hours 9 A x to 4 p x St AeaphHolels 10 Stanford Ky uVL i J I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KT Nov 28 10021 In filling pour prescription wo UBO fodonenot do better It yon paid ui doublo the Pen thlrPERSONALS from WIc I W 8 DCRCH with friend at Crab f Orchard Mtt AND MRS J D PAXTON aro convaloiolng Miss TEVIS CARPENTER Is at homo for a few days t I811ELTON SAUFIEY was over from Lexington Tuesday GEOUOE CUANCELLOn of Danville ii at homo for a tow days Miss JENNIE WAHREN returned r from Lancaster yesterday Miss PAULINE GRIMES spent several days with friends In Lancaster MRS L L DOTY and baby Bro visit log her parents at Mlllersburg W B DRYE of Hustoovllle was at Albany yesterday buying mules ALFRED HIQQINS elmo homo from Danvlllo to spend Thanksgiving MRS J W DAYDEH Is over from Paris with her mother and sister MR neon FINNELL of Richmond Is with his sister Mrs T C Willis 1 ELOISE the pretty little daughter of Mr and Mrs J H Deazley Is REV R R NOEL went to Danville yesterday to attend the Noel reunion MRS CLEO BROWN spout Thanksgiving with her parents at Mt Vernon Miss GEORGIA LEWIS Is with her sister Miss Maggie Lewis In Lexlng ton BORN to tbo wife of W W White thd Lytlo postmaster and merchant a sonr Miss EDNA CAMNITZ of Huston vlllo spent yesterday with relatives hero MRS J J MYERS and baby went up to Livingston Tuesday to visit her mother Dn 13 WESLEY has been appointed a pension examining surgeon at Liberty MR J M ALVERSON of this omen spent yesterday with his mother a Richmond CABWELL BACFLEY and Harry Olg glns aroe home from collego to spend ThaakeglvlDgt Sterling Tuesday to visit her daughter Mrs IL R Bright MRS R A HOPPER who has been with Mrs J H Baughman returned to Louisville Wednesday ROUERTCOFFEY of LexlDlltoncamo- home to eat Thanksgiving turkey Ho will remain several days MR H C RUPLUY wont to Hnrrodi burg Yesterday to sea his brother Mr George Ruploy wbo Is ill MRS J W WALLACE and 11tt1 Marietta Wallace went to Springfield yesterday to visit hor son REV D J Ross and fatally went to Sbelbvvllla Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with relatives MR ROIIERT FENZEL goes to Dan 1villa Monday to tako a position W t Murray McAdams the jewelers REV HENRY R MILLS spent a short I whllo with his wife who Is with her r parents Mr and Mrs J H Bright JOHN MENEFEE JR camo over from College at Lexington to eat Thanksgiving turkey with the home folkMISS ARETIICSA MOALIBTER Is en tertaining Misses Nannie Hunt Powell and Vary Scott of tbo Richmond qua r 1tee LENA AND SALLIE WIL who aro attending college Richmond spent yesterday with Mrs B D Carton MRS W A TiUUHLE and children returned yesterday from Mason county and tbo old man looks as happy as a 1ME3SRS J R WILSON of Casey 4 and D U Brown of Pulaskl good pa trope of this paver were guests at this office Tuesday Dn W M MYERS who camo to this county to attend tho burial of his lath or Mr W Stewart Myers returned to Tborntown Ind Tuesday JEAN BUCHANAN of Crab IOrchard was on Tuesdays train roo 7 turning from n visit to her sister Mrs Annlo Haldcman In Louisville DCRINO his first week on the road f for the Fisher Carriage Co W B Wearen of this place sold throe ca loads of buggies Ben Is a hustling Knight of the Grip r CIIARLES P CECIL SR has be 0 chose as a member of the Finance Committee of the Kentucky LIvo Stock Breeders Exhibit Association at tho Worlds Fair In St Louis Mcsdamea t A E Hundley W B Penny and W P GIvens will go to Loulsvlllo to wit nose Tho Wizard of Oz tbo swell t extravaganza at McCauley Theatre 1 Mrs P Cecil entertained very handsomely yesterday In honor of Mrs Gus Peters and McHenry Advocate LOCALS WEDDING presents at Muellers GOOD apples at n per bushel Hlg 9r gins MoKlnney 4 ICHIUSTJU8 pfwats leradon at Muellers our second page FOR SALE Six 250 pound hogs Fat Henry Logan Stanford leFnurrsr cakes John Bright Jr k Co foOURe mud and wot Severance d Sons HON HENRI W ATTEnSON at Dan CVODIDItOeo WE bare brightened our cloak stock with diSonsTURKEYcelery cranberries oys tan crackers and canes Higgins McKlnney TURKEYS Mr J K Christian will begin buying turkeys Monday for the Christmas trade WE pay specialattention to cbll 4 g deveranceATTEND the sale 0Wattsadministrator of W A Cash tomorrow The sale soodFOR SALE Stock merchandise Best location for country stare In Ken fumootsREMEMUER that Hon Henri Walter son tbo renowned editor of the Courier Journal will lecture at DanvllleThurs day evening Dec 4 Secure your tick ate now MR J W ADAMS has sold to William Curtis ion acres of bis farm ab BlscludneAdams lives THIS office had ply eaure of print ing the Initial order for stationery of Messrs R II sit W A Pettus the cleyer gentlemen who bought out J X Dunns store at Bryantsvllle Iforbanks and B F Harris who got a similar sentence for stealing cattlcwlll bo taken to the Frankfort penitentiary Monday by Sheriff Baugbman tFinEMrs Peter Straubs kitchen caught fire from a bad flue early yes terday morning and the alarm was glv n but before tbo flro laddloa go- horn the small flame was extinguished by passers by who loot a helping band LIUERTY Tho INTERIOR man will bo at Liberty next Monday are day of circuit court See him If you bayo business with this paper or need np to data printing at less than other printing establishments charge for It THERB will be a spoiling match the Willow Grove school house this ooloeek A prize will be awarded the champion spoiler end refreshments will bo len ed Tho admission will bo 10 and 15 cents WILLIAM ADAMS declared In Wedoehd and Mr J H Groer took him to Lake lead yesterday Ho Is from tbo East End and his Insanity was caused by sunstroke THE ladles of the Christian churn took In over 125 at their exchange In Severance Sons old storeroom Wednesday Mrs Georgo C Glvons who managed the exchange tells us that they will bold another Saturday Dec 0 and still another on the day before Christmas atSPECIAL JutweOovBnckhe has appointed Hon P M McRobertSf of this place special judge and ho took charge as such of the Oarrard circuit court Wednesday Judgo Saufloy au ed that a special judge be appoint that ho might have a little time to look altar his raco for ronomlnatlon TUB Medical Protective League No 1 will meet at Dr J G Carpenters office hero on Tuesday next There will bo Interesting papers by Drs Pit man Thornton and Caldwoll Dr Car pcntor promises to mako his guests have a good time and Is laying his plans for a banquet and fox hunt THE public school eta Rowland taught by Prof L R Hughes assisted by his sister Miss Myrtle Hughes of this aurc cel gave t pupils a treat which they greatly en sentnto Hughes and slater TUB following from Wednesdays CourierJournal has mado the good clt hone of Danville tool about as happy as mortals 1I0tliTho Southern Railway Company In Kentucky will begin the work of extending its line to Dan vlllo as soon as tbo right of way Is ec cured Amended articles of Incorpora tton giving the road this right were filed yesterday Thoro is ovary reason to believe that the road will bo con tlnued on toward Jelllco and that U will come by Stanford Our citizens should leave no stone unturned In their effort to have It do so lt IT looks like His going lo clear off at leaf BARREL open Kettlo N O molasses Hlgglns sit McKlnney OUR storo will bo closes Thanksglv g day John Bright Jr Co J T JONES hits laid tho foundation r his tin and plumbing shop on DC pot streetasTAXES par kill be added Dec 1 to all less unpaid M S Baughman S L O ATTEND B D and C L Carters big spicedSMITH FORMAN who used to Ilyo in Rowland but now a citizen of Lexing ton has taken the bankrupt law YOUR attention II led the ad vertleement of Murray fe MoAdams the Danville jewelers and optician THE Eton Henry Walter sons lecture at Danvlllo next Thurs ay evening will be Money and Mor a THE Ort snow of tho season fell Wednesday night but the ground was wet there was not much evidence of yesterday STOREROOM at Hustoavlllo for rent Splendid stand for Roots furnisher or rniture and undertaking James Hustonvllle Ky Tnt executive committee of Lincoln county Is called to meet In Stanford on Saturday Nov 20th at 1 oclock P M JR C Warren chairman TODAY and tomorrow aro the last days for paying State and county taxes foetterSTANFORD detested Lancaster 10 to to OlD a game of football yesterday afternoon Thorn were a half dozen or more fights during the game but oo body was seriously hurt TilE C W B M will meet Sunday afternoon at 230 In the lecturo room of Christian church Instead of the fol- owing Wednesday All members are- earncltly requested to bo present Miss Anne H Specks TUB Thanksgiving services at the Christian church yesterday were ex ccedlngly interesting and enjoyable All of the preachers mado entertaining unusuallytwhich will be given to the poor oLt once of Mr Plaster of PariB t Danyllle Dec 6 Of tho many force companies that aro touring the coup try this season there Is none that has created such popular furore as Mr Plaster natextend a royal welcome to ion hour Watierson when ho comes to Dan sill Thursday next The distinguished ed ltor and lecturer will be tho quest of Dr Roberts and a committee of 40 ltu1 ellaodput on opera house stage TilE vocal contest at Walton i Opera aaManager E H has the thanks of the community for giving an entertainment so thorough ly enjoyable and elevating Tbo qua r lotto singing was all good but iii judges Mesdames J W Rider of Mt Vernon B N Crume and J H Hoskin FJemtDjtsburlrdrew Robert Harbeson Clydo Garr gamP8 of or contesting quarteltcs were the ones from Harrodsburg Danville Huston yllle Richmond and Lancaster Each beedd team was bound to win There were only throe contestants for the 1A gold piece offered for the best lady sollst viz Mitten Ethel Barnett Richmond Nell Warren Stanford and Grace Waddle Somerset and tbo first named woe Roy O SL Huey presented the prizes In a welllimed and well worded speech Prof L R Hughes was chairman and Miss Myrtle Abrams fur nished splendid piano music at various times Mr Beazloy will come out a fow dollars ahead on his enterprise but his share will not be as large as his friends would like for It to fens OTTENHEIM hisroor s ing a now house out of his old one Ho has employed Tom Ends of Maywood to do the painting A curious freak of nature In tho form of a chestnut tree Is In toll bloom near Garland James on tho Stanford and Ottonbelm pike Tho bloom looka as fresh as In springtime John Bowcn wbo resides on the head waters of Cedar Creek tells us If the warm weather had continued such longer ho would have raised another crop of strawberries as he had lots of green OOH- Otteohelm can boast of one huskies man Charles Enslln who runs a farm I 1 taw mill tao yard and poetolflce anti is talking of putting In a blacksmith shop and hotel If the Loulsvlllo South ore comes through Miss Rebecca Mulling tho handsome young school teacher of Ottenhelm Is preparing to have a school entertain moat the last day of tho tern Wo be lieve tho trustees could do no bettor bao to engage her services vex year she has proven a splendid teacher If some of the bluegrass farmers who cant quite make both ends meotwould come up and see bow well their Ger mao brethren are getting along It would make their faces burn with baron and that old phrase damn the Dutch would soon dropout of exist ence MATRIMONIAL N H Plummer and Miss Lucinda Anderson were married at David An lorsons yesterday At Montgomery Ind John Powell aged and Miss Susie Smith 16 were made one Charles W Terbune of Lexington and Miss Scotia Welter of Harrods yesterdayJames and Miss Matilda Blanloo 14 celebrated Thanksgiving by getting married- J W Price the clovor blacksmith was married at W H Naylors Wed nesday to Miss Lillie May Naylor an ladyBishop before the Virginia Methodists declared that if the young men of the church only trusted the Almighty they would marry no woman not a Methodist- A resident of Washington State has PtvmoutbPapoor girls wbo aro wanted as wives nlcolooklnlrhealtby Mr and Mrs DIxon of New Jersey celebrated recently their gulden wedding on which occasion they leaned the following bulletin Cross words spoken by either husband or wife Orehas18263rbatberbUlband FOR SALE breddedtodderave an excellent place to teed nod want abovegE SINGLETON Crab Orchard Ky Home For Sale I AyeHuebarn and shed Two acre of land good JonfLancasterTobacco Raisers Wanted I I want t Rood men to raise tobacco and corn on tho shoes Have good houses Roodnelhborboodfarm for sale Terms easy yaIf you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial FARM FOR SALEI I desire to pelt my term of 100 acres loca LickStationly halt of which U In cultivation the reo goodeIprlngsandfarm would do well to see my place 8 W GIVENS StanfordKy Traylor icet DEALERS INIWhisky Brandy Wines Bcer Gapers its Carpenter Close to DepotSTANFORD KY Prompt nj Mllte attention Nothing tut the has to drink Mall phone cr telegraph orders receive crompt attention PUBLIC SALE Oaring decided to I will sell at public unction SATURDAY onIAt Maywood Ky Two good work mares In foal to jack S cows that will bo fresh In the Spring surrey- and harness McCormick binder McOormlck- mower 2horso wagon and harness 2borso corn planter plows harrows fas 200 shocks of tome household and kitchen niture Terms made known on day of furI J n QUEEN Maywood Opl J P Chandler Au- ctPUBLIC SALE I will sell the followingproperty of the into W A Cash at Co h resMenceabout 34 miles Southeast of Maywood on the county road from Halts Gap towlttB- ATDUDAV NOVEMBER 29 1803 One 8 old mare 2yearold horses milk cow and calk cows 2 heifers brood sow and 10 good shoats About 33 barrels of corn bushels of shelled oatti 83 shocks of fodder lot of shout oats lot of liayt 1 straw rick 20 bushels of Irish pota toes omo onions 0 bee hue I wheat drill 2horso cultivator both In good condition farming Implement otall kinds lot of silverware household and kitchen furniture and other things too numerous to mention Sale begins at 10 oclock Terms made known on day of sale W O WATTS Admr J F Chandler Auct YollIOvercoats top style top quality bottom PRICE Mens suits to fittho Fancy the form and the POCK ETBOOK Boys clothing the fullest meaning of the name PERFECTIONOvercoats 2000 Mens Suits 500 to1850 Boys Suits 100 to 750 Boys Overcoats 2 to 10 KWE CAN FIT Y- OUCumminsI aMcClary I NEW THINGS rNewest things in Overcoats with slash pock et tufts full backs and belts Very stylish 52000Newest verylatestLook at them whether you care to buy or not Terms Cash H J1 McRoberts 1 Our foresight Tells us to sell at CUT PRICES is better than to carry goods over Your Foresight Told you we would begin to CUT PRICES on Jackets and Wraps about Dec 1st You can now put your seeing qualities to a practical use by taking advantage of the LOW PRICES we are making on Cloaks Come while the stock is unbroken Severance Sons New Store p JOHN BRIGHT JR A CO Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware and Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queensware all kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Limo Salt and Cement I OP yr Y eP 04 1 i f 11ie is t1sa1tiaiaeuS1 u e 5 llllC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call NICE FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell my farm of 00 acres just outside of tbo town limits It Is one of the prettiest homes around Stanford and IIitwostorydwollingdry collar Fine water and electric 1111Ifurnished free Most of the outside feee Ing Is kept up by others Very little feae cJltraatdoUwith most of It In grass Good meat CtJ1ad THEINTERIORJOUR1L r interred n the pol offlce ol Stanford ai Menddan matter t rEdrainu sazwta3opesa4FtlaapAr 1 PER YEAR CASH f Whin oltop ld aOO will bch rg d KNOXVILLE DIVISION o31 Train going North 1U6am- a 026II It 2SOam I j ess ii South1223ameNo23 II For all Points t A 8 PRICE I geonDentist Kyehf DCetoter UcBoberUDrug Building Store In the OWlll7 1 TR A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky t 1OfllCAover IligRlna 4 McKlnneye Story I ii ti3 Telephone all H CWEWLANi y SURVEYOR Walnuttflat j cfl Kentucku Offers his services to the people of Llncoli and aiJjolnlnR NEW LIVERY STABLES- WBUSSESSNProri JUNCTION CITY KY FlntCIass Turnouts atReasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Hen and nay For Sale Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror KentuckyfNewly furnished clean bedl splendid table Every hing firstclll8ll Porters meetlall tralns1 = 38IJ FOX LOGAN DANVILLE KENTUCKY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Hone and Mules constantly on hand and tor sate at all times W Logan Wood Manager A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his servIces at 1 duotoizieLr t tofttho people of Lincoln Coonty He will please both in work and price Write to him i J+ G McC1MYEMBALMER And DealeuIn aARNESSuADDLF eZ fcO Stanford Ky- Ja L Beazle Co i Undertakers and- Embalmora aI4O DaULXXI 18 FssrnitureattlingeRugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right sTAMFORD K1KTDOKY i q iiJi11-jI r f ffiij r E C Walton President U R Hughes Secretary A Treasurer Central Kentucky Real Estate Mm TITLE CO Stanford Ky No lnOUM and lot In Stanrorda ronmbatl porch In the rear 001 grden1ZOOd ntlf hborhc rlow to churchr ad school e lor small fam llj Price No 28matt farm 91 acne mllM from btan ford UOUM of four good rooms back porch nd Ttraoda Hood barn and other bulldlnp In loool repair Cut lnadx folds well fenced 10 arm In one sere In fruit trees teat In IfLIIL Don htatcommlaloserswlst bargain nd cn elold at bargain Clow to and churth Price 133 per acre Land adjolnlnuold for Ito and 111 This Is a bargain No 1 louse and lot In Stanford lions con Ulna ore room 1001 stable and 8 acres of taDd well fenced One of prettlcat building lots In town room In front for two other cottages or a 2 awry front could be built to the cottage and be made a beautiful home WUlbeaold cheap u tbl owner mutt hate money NoTwo franc dwelling 7 rooms ball and varanIa Hood garden fencing and house In good repair For sale or rent 1rice reasonable No 5 House and lot In Stanford Three rooml and front porch Oood garden and table Oood repair Will bs aold cheap No 7 House and lot In Stanford 1H ltorleltII rooms Oood price smoke sad coal on17 woo JiaS Farm of SOacres 2 miles from Stanford on county road H acres In CI1It1Uoolen- In pasture 2 good orchards and rest In timber Two small cottage barn and outbuildings fll watered and lenclng fairly good Haeej can be bought at your price as owner HTI In Indiana Us and must hate money No 9 tarn of 123 acre four miles from Stanford on best pike In the county Sixty acres In wheat 40 In corn 5 In timothy Clln clover and 10 six fields well fenced In well waternevutaning well and sprins toTwo good banns out dlog Fronts pike for Ulree1uartrn ot mile both dwelllcrfbeing on pike Plenty un- d enough to mike pats A plendld bluegrass farm and onlY 20 minutes drive from the Onfr line fann adjoining thlcounI7 bu recently refused In orr aero We ollet at 137 M per acre No 1129 acres land with necessary Impro menu mite from SUnlord Dwelling hu four room Tersuda hall and porch Large barn Imoke house etc Well watered and bulldlnp- In good repair Price reanonable- OeN NonDwelling of six roomltbn and rorcb orcceessry outbuildings groea large two store room MxW feet lower room IUprlled ltor7 eltb counters shelTes etc Water In dwelling an1 lorerooin also cistern and well on back ofstore Ono mile from btiniord Ul1l1dlop In awl repair and dwelllns originally cwt 100 aD1 store over ll2U Will sell both for or Cut rent or s U separately No ISZ30 acre farm ji mile of Crab Orchai Cy Brick dwelling rooms two tenant hour two barns well and spring near dwelling farm In jlgh state ol cultivation 150 acres river bottom- land good fencing fruit etc Price S37SO an cre No 11100 acres ot land on Lancaster street In rabOrchard opposite Springs In no 1m roTerasnti except stock abundance tock water Prettiest oulldlng site In town lrlce 3000 No 15A nice cottage and lot on Lancasl Intel Stanford 7 rooms cistern etc Cod will yen tor tlOOO No ITA farm of 1M acres near Hustonvlll welling of fight rooms ball veranda etc One rant house stock barn large tobacco ham and thin outbuildings Cistern and good well In the and and water In every field on the place Far cut In wren fields claa land NoIIOFarm of 160 acm situated near King yltlr Ky 60 acres In cultivation 89 In tlniberir two barns and otb- utbutllinggood repair Dwelling comparatlri 17 new la 800 yards of three ehurehe and C depot Property lies Ikeandwcounty road and U most larm In that section Ws will sell the whole farm for 2400 or In parcels of not IMS than 30 acres to IUU purchaser This Is certainly cheap property No 13Farm of 75 acres watered nesbun welling good barn etc Well fencli and buU lnlt In ood repair rrotuctlve lime 1I0no land In good eirhborboodclose to echoot aod on rood road rrtcefOO No bbt farm of 800 acres t0 Lincoln count bees dwellings a good buns mod other out ulldlnpeach house barn etc about the center of 100 acres All on county road H mile from djurch school and laTn well and well aiered This U a good tobacco farm and wool IUU two or three families that might want to como from the aaine neighborhood Ptloa reasonable JJo 8JA farm of acres In Casey county X7- One and onehalf dwelling with six room od barn and other outbuildings Sixty acres In Jtlrailon 45 acre In timber fruit trees ele LI71 well on count road dose to churches hool etc ITlesonlytfiOO No Marm of US acres In Casey count Two tram dwelling bans and nile itbaUdlDgi ItOf In good repair Splendid toTjsc IInd and In community A bargain No 1I7nnoruliacrea In Caaer new and two story 8 room frame dwelling old drllllllin fair condition Uam and other out illdlng On county roil splendid tobacco land- weU watered two wells spring etc This Is a lirable home Price Ho SJ Flfty acres nest Pleasant Point K7- Frome house 9 rooms and Barn and otbei Sacrtaln culUratlon rest In ber Well watered from postofflc cioo and church lays well on pike and In good com mualty Price fGiO We nav buyer for or 300 acre farm situated from one to three miles from town Man for bout 100 acres situated from one to four mil- from torn with or without Improvements Alto a buyer for an 13000 to f 000 farm close to town No 18 Four houses and lots In Rowland lrlce f each No 90 acres of land near Crab Orchard 20 Two storr house 9 rooms hallveranda acres splendid land adjolnlngln Stanford lrOpo- frt71n good water and In house tern at door Ueautlful home Price 1000 fo22 House of lire rooms porch one acre of trrOund and good stable One rom toD- Price 1200 No 23 Fina orlt5acra 5 miles from Stanford Frame 7 rooms 2 barns one a log delllnfot shed combined attached an extra good traiue with cattle sheds Bam arranged for ctirln tobacco Also hennelY smokehouse corn crib Fine orchard tenclDR In good repair Well watered 2 cisterns etc This farm hss n occupied by a former owner rll preserved and Improved mlleefpoetomcetn school for 1902 for hall rent end Is cultivated corn wbeati tobacco and clover Title perfect CoIdprentownerl350o as county records Ihow Io24 Dwelling of roomswlth 20 acres land In Moreland Oood barn sad necesnary outbuild 2 wells In orchard and 2 acres In strawberries Immediate possession Price f900 028 Frame hotel large rooms double Teran- las hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom Ironllol street feet from hotel stain sulfa bl fordwelllng 2 nice cottsgea nicely furnished pptred and painted rooms veranda each large barn en same used ulivery stable Good- JPrden Vacant lot adjoining 33 feet front 200 tdeep All of this property Is In London Ky- and ls a line chance for some one to mate money lrOpriflor has refused to rent property ror 130 per malh On account or Ill buitb 01 nalOn for selling proprietor desires to exchange frfarm In Lincoln county No 27A firm orHr aces In Gemmed county a ille from Lancaster Ky All In grais timothy clour and bluegrass no waste land watered bv s ringweds noels and relies through the p ate la rich and productlYf grows hemp and tobacco Jlewly hoc d with and A orchard prorements a ta00 tWlMtor7elght room trams d011l0r wardrobes In each room cellar etc newly covered and painted tenant hou- bani and outbuildings all condition In good pelghborhood near church school depot Ionia ant store within 400 jardaef house his piece will be sold cheap THE iseph Price Infirmary I pro all the year for the treatment aurglcal and chronic diseases and for can- luttatlon Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profos Iloaat bill due when services are rendered and must tM paid promptly 4 11ft i lj r1J Tennyson 6nlty Chnrlcs Stewart a BrlUsh Inwyer published n volumo of remlnlsccu and In it tells two storIes about Tcnny son whom ho found self conscious nnd accessible to flattery- A Httlo ulcco of mine he relntes was ono day standing beside his choir Ho lifted her up and placed her on his knee for half a minute and then ho put her down saying Now you can soy you have sat on Toiinyso knee On another occasion Tennyson was rowetts guest nt tho Masters Lodge Ballot with n few other men and nct er some good talk the ix ct had reUrell early to his room Next morning at breakfast Tennyson was in a silent mood but as tho men were rising trom the table bo said Jowett after I lett you last night I wrote a few verses I am not sure that I have ever dono any- thIng better I will read them to yoi Jowett preparing to go oft for bls days work replied hastily Oh no thank you Tennyson Ive no time tor that sort of thing just now I am very busy Bandar Ethic As grown up folks arc divided on tho question of what Is proper and whatnot Is proper to do on tho Sabbath perhaps two little girls neighbors In West Eightysecond street may bo torglven for a mild dispute overheard ono recent Sunday afternoon Both little maills were freshly dressed anti were cvldcr ly out upon the steps for a breath of MIl after their dinners Tho young one full of tho joy of living woe work- Ing off some ot her youthful spirit by walking up ono side of the stone steps and down the other Oh you oughtnt to do that on Sun day It isnt right antI your marnn wont like It Thats what they call breaking the Sabbath said the older one about twelve years old She was standing still and looking very 10 proachfully at her companion Well I dont care Whats n girl to do outdoors Sunday petulantly nsketl the little girl Why nothing of course Just rond urouud iSew York Post Trentmcnt of Pace Stoles A hairy mole which Is still growl should be removed at once even at tho rIsk of some Injury to tbo skin It fs now probably no more than a plexus of aplllary vessels with only a small supply of connective tissue There Is nlso a likelihood that it has not yet In olved tho skin It this be Ita condl lion the skin over tho tumor may bo reflected in Mpg and the tumor Itselr strangulated with ligature in ono or ho usual ways The flops should tben be replaced and tho result will be a ilrilmnm of cicatrix and deformity But if tho nmvus be allowed to gro w- It will become a large highly vascula Tectlle tumor probably Invading and Involving tho skin liable to profui hemorrhage if Injured yet still Quite amenable to treatment though of a less simple kind The modes of treat- Ing mewl are numerous and are contii ally Increasing topped Against A Hot StoVe A child of Mrs Oco T Benson when gettIng his usual Saturday night bathr epped back against a hot stove whic urned him severely The child WAS In Kreat agony and his mother could 110 nothing to pacify him Itamemberin Ihat the had a bottle of Chamberlain Pain Balm In the house she thought she wonld try it In lees than half an hon alter applying it the child was quiet and asleep and in less than two weeks WII well Mrs Benson ii a well known reel dent of Kellar Vs Pain Bam li an an septic liniment and especially valna ble for bruises cuts burns and sprains For sae by Craig Hooker I think tho most penurious man ever knew remarked the man In the acklntosb was old Bewllcus Hi smoked his cigars to the last half Inch cbowed the stumps and used the ashes for snuff But he wasnt satisfied ever tbon andgavo up the habit What for asked the man wltb- tbo big Adam apple He couldnt think of any way to- utilize the smoke Doe million persons or more thaD- ono In every one hundred residents of- tbo United States are addicted to tho- uso of morphine according to a tan- 1I0g statement mado public by a board of clergymen which appeals for help In Its efforts to relieve the slaves of the- bablt Of these It is declared the maorityof the sufferers are Jound long physicians and the wealthier and better educated classes For A Bad Cold If you have a bad cold you need a good rellablo medicine lIko Chamberlains Congh Remedy to loosen and relieve and to allay the irritation and inflamma tlon of the throat and lungs The sooth lug and healing properties of this remedy- and the quick cures which it effects make It a tatorite every where For sale bV- Craig Ilocker Tho Kev Dr Proaia preaches fear- fiJlIy long eermona doesnt heI Yes but hs congregation makes up- for thatIHow so They pay him a very brief salary lansas City Journal rot Leslie Lee of Bowdoln Co- lleie testifies that a turtle kept in the- collejte aquarium lived for four years- and three months on nothing but wa tel lisa Lizzie Cuhon died at Park- vUfe of typhoid fever i Health b a magnet which IrrcsisUb draws the man to the woman in lifcs mating time Health does more than tint the akin with beauty it music into the voice and into the step as well as happiness into the llCArt A great many women covet beauty anti are seeking aids to beautify perlectbeAlthadded to her There can be no general health fcr women while there is of the delicate o lsm The first womanlydiseases rtgubrityand cures female weakness CI used four bottles of your Favorite P- IcriQllonaaloneofOoldeu Medical 1I1Jcov of Mout hope Lancaster Co 19 can say that I am rum of that dreaded rhwase uterine trouble Am In better health than ever before aver one who knows me ls surprised to sea me look so welL In June I was so r In health that at times I not walk Today I am nrN I tell everybody that Dr Pierce a medldn cured me- Fluut Dr Pierce Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent jrreon receipt of stamps to pay expense of moiling only Sender onecent stomps for the book In paper covers or 31 stamps for the clothbound volume Address Dr R V Piem Buffalo N Y Mr norbert Putnam librarian of Congress who should bo an authority In his profession contributes to tbo current number of the New York lode pendent a brief statistical view of tbe progress made by tho public llbrarl during the present year The rccor ed libraries having 1000 or more volumes now number over 5300 as con prred with 4000 six years ago and Inc 48000000 volumes as against 12 000000 volumes In 1870 The total of gifts of the year has reached 112000 MO exclusive of 23 buildings 27 Iitel For buildings and about 300000 book tad pamphlets The extraordinary crease of course Is largely duo to Mi varoegio who has contributed at lean oe half of limo total sum What to do Until the Docto Arrives One of my children was taken whh ramp colic and suffered severely say S B Elzeo of Monett Mo I telephoned for a doctor then gave a dote of Ohm erlalns Colic Cholera and Dlartboe lemcdy and a few minutes later a sec and dose Before tho doctor came tbe child was relieved For sale by Oralg k Hocker Stanford liTho spirit moves mo exclaimed the poet Well said a friend thats cheat er than paying house rentAtlantB Constitution Get a tree sample of Chamberlain tomack and Liver Tablets at Craig IFocicrs drug itore They aro easter to eke and more pleasant in effect than pills Then their use is not followed by coned stlon an is often the cue with pills regular size tic per box Call of the Democratic Commit tee of the 13th Judicial District The Democratic Commltteo of the 13th Ju dlclat District of Kentucky at a meeting o- CIld committee held In the city of Ian vUlo Aug 0 1902 adopted the followln method of nominating crndldates for Olr cult Judge and Commonwealth Attorney laid district to be voted for at the Novem bel election 1003t let Tho democratic voters of the district aro requested to Inset at their several yot- Inlr precincts In the district on the 6th day of December at 2 oclock P They will be called to order their precinct county multteeman and will proceed to elect a airman and secretary then proceed to the election of delegates to a county con ntlon each precinct being entitled to elect ono delegate for each 100 votes or traction of 100 over 30 cast for tho democratic can dldates In said precinct at the lat presides tlat election and If any precinct did not- calt 100 votes In said election said precinct Iba1l nevertheless bo entitled to at lealt- one delegate to said county convention AK mates alto bo elected to take the place of each delegate who may bo unable to act or decline to act The chairman tald precinct meeting shall certify the reo- IUlts to and transmit them to the chairman of the respective county committee lod Tho delegates to each county con ventlon shall moot at the courthouse ot- thetr respective counties on Dec 8 IDOtand Iball bo called to order by their respective county committee cbalrman and after elect a chairman and secretary shall proceed to electdelegntoe to a district convention to- bo held at the courthouse In Danville ICy In which county shall bo entitled to voles Uarrard county to 7 votes Lincoln county to 0 votes and Mercer county to votes that being their relative ahon by their votes for the democratic ndldato at the last presidential election Said delegates when they Ihan- be called together bytho chairman of the mocratlc committee for this judicial dls- trlct to whom the returns from the county nventlons cirtlQed by tin respective chairman and secretary of the county con ventlon shall bo Said conven tlon shall assemble at the courthouse In DanvlUe on the 10th day of Decem ber 1002 and proceed to elect a chairman and lecretar nominations for- Juege and dommonwealthi Attorney and perform all acts and functions proper to a mocratlc convention Del At the precinct meetings all dodo crau Who will support the nominees are entitled to vote R 0 WARREN Chairman of 13tb Judicial District Ky LEE CURREY Secretary Oct 311 02 LJ CARSON PENCEk 1 DEALEU8 IN Carriages Buggies Phae tons Wagons Bucktboards Harness Full and complete stock of the above arrays on hand and are sold at prices that defy competition See our elegant line ot Lap Robes aUNSAmmunition Hunting Ycstsf c A o will make you the lowest Prices you crud got for CASHr A Craig Hocker 11 tiQ J A preparation for eradicating agreeable odors arising I perspiration It is ti sure cure for the odors from portion of the body without injury to STANFORDOfficers All the ingredients are perfectly harmless weB McfcOBERTS STANFORD I I LINCOLN COUNTY T- oCAPITAL STOCK 8 o Directors J 0 Paxton J B Owaley B H 8h nki WO Walker Oeo W Carter accessor to The Farmers Hank A Trust Oompany and under same management continuously tor 3S rears We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial First National Banksc Kyi Capital Stock SSOOOOi Surplus 10000 This Institution wu originally established as the flank of In 1151 then reorranlted u the National flank of Stanford In 1845 and again reorganized u the First National Batk of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact tog promptly and well than ever before In its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor partitions Solicited J w PRICEProprietor Blacksmith and Carriage Re pair Shop Fat Main Street STANFORD Does a business In both lines and guarantee satisfaction Your patronage lloncsboclug at other work In proportion A Fine Boyle County Farm For Sale aU acres i ft miles from Danville Ky on the Lexlncton pike i8j acres with till Improvements on one side ol a county road and Sl on the ld Will M sold as a whole or separately In splendid nelrhborhood schoolhouse on the farm convenient In a water mill country store and Rural delivery There Is dlllinct veins of water either of which would afford water In abundance besides i ponds and cistern at the house and barn The Improvements consist of i twostory brick house with jlnch walls kitchen front and back porches and one of the test dry cellars In Kentucky under the tire front of the house storeroom and a number of clouts all necessary oulbulidtng bAm fO to horses carriage house corn nib shop sheds for machinery door coal house Rood orgranary peslarggeeddne asparagus beJ Alarge ruUul lawn with tomttrees making It one of the most desirable and healthy houses In Central Kentucky There Is s5o acres In wheat andgns00acres for com andso acres for hemp The next crop make first payment Danville has a population of about 4000 no saloons on the C S R R with Louisville Southern Ex tension certainty Central University for boys and Caldwel for Rlrls with a building In proe n nattedngprospedt for the location of the State Presbyterian school the lace to educate your daughters and tons all of which Is calculated to enhance the value of teal estate In the vicinity ot tanvlll from so to 40 per cent wllhln the next a ears by the most conservative minds Will be on reasonable terms and worth the money The Ufo baser can hive ss of the wheat crop and possession will within a reasonable time This farm has clay subsoil susceptible of taking on the hlshut mute of futility proJuclnlr so barrels of con and s bushel wheal per au Is a chnc of a Illellmi to itt s bargain to Mrs Lou Lyttlt on the farm E C Walton Stanford Ky u r s U SHANKS President J 0 OWSLEY Cashiere w M tfAIIt Officers J 8 IIOOKKK Press JJ NcROBEnraChr W H WEAHENBkpr r Directors V Reid Lincoln Co 8 T Harris Lincoln Co J 8 Ilocker Lincoln W P Walton Lincoln Oo J U Collier Crab Orchard M U Kimono Stanford II Ranchman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble J Ranchman Stanford W P TaU Stanford TREES TREES By Tho Millions r Fruit and ornamental Trees drape Vines everythingCatalOjtUeonII V HILLENUKYER SON- Lexingtoo Ky No 1 Small Farm For SillIFor sale on easy terms a small Lincoln county MaryCarpenterdw nlr Ice houw neat house well and well hones nbuggycrib lerge stock barn large tobacco barn good Un frullCinl5artooCall Co Ky 1E1EMJ3R flint socalled cheap insuranco is tho dearest thing on earth That a dollars voo in tho pro nium may cost you a hundred in a bee eight and experiencemanagement guarantee indemnityThat in the Home of Now York can be relied on Jesse D Wearen Stanford Exclusive Agent for LlnC1n OarrardBoyl0 mud Casey Counties r